Copied from the website of this international journal of creative arts (poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction and more): “We accept unsolicited general submissions from January 15 through February 15, and July 15 through August 15. New issues are published in June and December. Writers are invited to submit work in more than one genre, but please limit the number of submissions in any given genre to one submission per reading period.” Submit up to five poems in a single document. Read full details before submitting.
Month: July 2020
Dust Poetry Magazine
Dust Poetry Magazine (@DustmagPoetry) Tweeted: “Send us your sparkling new poems and your poems gathering dust ✨ Submissions are now OPEN for Dust’s fifth issue, Portrait, and I can’t wait to read your responses to this theme! Submissions close 28th August and the issue will be out in September. Thank you!” Submission details here.
Chapbook Competition | Hybriddreich
A chance to have a mini collection published as a *chapbook by Scottish indie Hybrid Press. Submit 20 poems by 31 July 2020. Poems submitted will also be considered for a special edition of Dreich Magazine. Full competition details here.*In case you don’t know, chapbooks are small collections, usually limited edition and often handmade or made on an old-style letterpress.
Neon open to submissions
“…one of the UK’s longest-running literary magazines”, Neon is inviting poetry (among other media) for future issue/s. The editor, Krishan Coupland, has a penchant for the dark/weird, but is “open to anything”. Send up to 10 poems. Payment is 10p per line, with a minimum of £10. If you buy an issue (print or ezine) or make a donation, your submission will be prioritised, with the bonus of editorial notes. Read full submission info here.
You have until 31 July 2020 to submit up to four unpublished poems to this new ezine: https://poetsdirectory.co.uk/192 Remember to add a cover note, even if it’s just “Please find attached…”
Black Writers on Democracy
Stream-Lyric are inviting creative life writing submissions on the theme “Democracy in my Lifetime” from black people across the age and gender spectrum. There will be five mini-commissions. Enter and more details here.
Young People’s Free Online Courses!
Some fab-looking online courses for ages 9 to 17, run by the National Centre for Writing. Details here.
Mad Womxn Magazine
Thanks to Dawn Vincent for another heads up! The above new mag is looking for content for its first issue, on the theme of “Heroines”. Deadline: Monday 20 July 2020 BST. https://www.instagram.com/p/CCdNsGzHrvv/?igshid=16we24akmxuem